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Peek mobile e-mail
Peek mobile e-mail
$79.95

It's no iPhone -- in fact, it's not a phone at all -- but this slim device is an option for those who want their e-mail on the go. The Peek, made by a New York-based startup by the same name, lacks a web browser and built-in camera. However, it lets technophobes access up to three e-mail accounts and has soft rubber keys for easy typing. You pay a $20 monthly service fee and no contract is required.

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